Shala Akintunde, a Landmark graduate and a widely recognized social impact artist, has been nominated for Innovator of the Year by ADCOLOR, the premier organization dedicated to celebrating and promoting professionals of color and diversity in the creative industries. Each […]
Landmark Forum graduate Jack Licata took powerful action in Landmark’s Breakthrough Seminar – taking his innovation to the next level. Licata, a veteran, has invented Bag Ups, a trash bag dispensing system which dispenses and perforates garbage bags without a […]
The Vanto Group is holding it premier leadership program this June at George Mason University in Virginia.
One woman has created a school program which teaches kids life lessons and allows them sell products on ebay to contribute to others.
34 youth businesses took part in Ithaca’s first ever youth entrepreneurship market, created as a project in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Landmark Forum Leader Josselyn Herman Saccio was recently interveiwed on KCTV5 on the subject of job burnout. This segment is intended to help you both recognize the signs of job burnout and also know what you can do about it. […]
A prestigious Columbia University economic journal has published an article on putting integrity into finance, written by Werner Erhard and Michael Jensen.
Lesley Apelbaum has turned a passion into a project. She first participated in Landmark’s programs when she was a kid. She did the Landmark Forum for Young People at the age of 10. Now and adult, she finds herself keenly interested […]
When AJ Richards returned from his tour of duty in Iraq in 2006 he felt a loss of purpose.
One Landmark graduate stepped forward to provide refurbished laptops to help at-risk youths get jobs.
A bold new initiative seeks to empower a million young people to be entrepreneurs.
A new film spotlights how Globetops, an organization created by Becky Morrison out of her Self-Expression and Program, is forever altering lives in the developing world by putting refurbished laptops into the hands of community leaders.
By supporting sustainability through crowdfunding and a unique business partnership, two Landmark graduates are blazing a new trail in the world of non-profits.
One Landmark graduate’s plan to create wealth for hundreds of thousands of African families may reach the ears of Virgin Group legend Richard Branson.
A simple block party grows into an enormous community wide event.
Globetops is an innovative organization that gets refurbished laptops into the hands of community leaders in the developing world.
by Maureen Andreakis Dayna Chicoine calls the village of Wakefield, Quebec her life-long home. Dayna’s personal mission driving her career is to contribute toward the health and well being of all, especially to youth. It is a natural leap to see how […]
A leading entrepreneur recommends The Landmark Forum as the best thing one can do to take a business to the next level.
Landmark Forum graduate Vik Maraj was recently interviewed by the Huffington Post about what it will take to transform the non-profit sector. Maraj has worked to transform organizations and communities, working with the United Way, the United Nations; the government of […]
Julie Dankovich created a prosperity boot camp out of taking Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
A landmark graduate has created an app to express gratitude.
In Landmark ‘s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, Amit Rana created a booming South Asian Film festival that is entering its fourth year.
by Mindy Sullivan When a smallish, unassuming looking young man from India walked up to the microphone to share something while taking part in Landmark Education’s Introduction Leaders Program, about half the room is paying attention. He turns on the […]
Having 10,000 Indian villages be financially sustainable is the bold ambition of one graduate of The Landmark Forum.
Vanto Group, a Landmark Education company that implements Landmark’s ideas in businesses and organizations, is now for the first time offering a leadership course to the public, at the George Mason University School of Management. The course, titled Leadership: Inventing […]
The Los Angeles Times singled out Jon Murga as a Landmark graduate who is making a unique difference – hiring the homeless to work at his community market in Los Angeles.
An all day tattoo marathon at 10 South African tattoo outlets is raising thousands to fight childhood cancer. The ‘Tattoo-a-thon’ is a project created by a participant in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Bruce Hodes was inspired by his participation at Landmark Education when he wrote a new book on business performance.
93% of plastics do not end up in a recycling bin instead they go into landfills or worse wind up floating in the ocean.
Landmark Forum Leader and Three Laws of Performance co-author Steve Zaffron has written Landmark’s most recent newsletter, about performance.